New York mayor to appeal against large-soda ban court block
A court has blocked a ban on the sale of large sugary drinks - including soda - from restaurants in New York City, a day before the law was to take effect.
Judge Milton Tingling ruled that the measure was "arbitrary and capricious", after industry groups sued the city.
The law would forbid the sale of drinks larger than 16 ounces (473ml) in food-service establishments.
New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg has vowed to appeal against the ruling.